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Kenneth Robinson

Kenneth Robinson

Kenneth Robinson is an Adjunct Senior Fellow in the University of Oklahoma Center for Intelligence and National Security. Mr. Robinson is the founder of Oppida Global Media, a global multi-media production company based in the United Arab Emirates and Los Angeles. Ken is an award winning, multi-career professional starting with a distinguished career as a US Army Ranger, Special Forces, and Military Intelligence soldier, who led global SOF clandestine operations in combat, extensively working with the CIA, NSA, & DIA.

After retirement, Mr. Robinson transitioned to a Director for Homeland Security in the private government-contracting sector, as well as leading a successful OCONUS Kidnap and Ransom (K&R) company.

Ken advised the White House Interagency Terrorism Response and Awareness Program (ITRAP), transitioned to positions as an award-winning Senior Producer, and Terrorism and National Security Analyst for the Cable News Network, with 18 years of combat-embedding with US forces in Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Horn of Africa.

Ken has worked in media, creating & producing documentaries (Inside the War Room, No Ignoring, The Hornets’ Nest, ARMY 360 Virtual-Reality Culture Series). He has written, and executive produced prime-time television, co-creating NBC's E-RING staring Dennis Hopper and Benjamin Bratt, and Paramount & MGM's cable spy series CONDOR, staring Max Irons, William Hurt, Mira Sorvino, Brendan Frasier, based on the iconic movie THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR. Based on its premier success, AT&T Audience Network has picked up Condor for its second season premiering on July 27, 2018.

Ken was awarded the First-Place National Headliners Award for the CNN coverage of the 9/11 Attacks on America, presented the Knowlton Award which recognizes individuals who have contributed significantly to the promotion of Military Intelligence in ways that stand out in the eyes of their superiors, subordinates, and peers. He is also a member of the 2004 class of the Military Intelligence Hall of Fame.